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"Comprehensive introduction to investing" - by Ian Roberts (Birmingham, UK)
Very comprehensive introduction to investing from a UK perspective. Tells you all the basics.

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"Successful, Long-Term Paths to Outperforming the Averages!" - by Donald Mitchell (Thanks for Providing My Reviews over 132,000 Helpful Votes Globally)
Value investing is so unpopular now that many do not know about this highly successful form of investing as practiced by its greatest masters. Value Investing helps to overcome that ignorance among the newest generation of investors. That is good and timely, because we seem to be entering a time when value investors often make their greatest coups.
If you believe that the stock market is totally efficient (current prices accurately discount everything that is or could be known about the company to accurately price a company’s securities), you will think this book is irrelevant. If you think that stock prices normally over or under value a company’s worth, you will find this book fascinating.
If you want to have a decent chance of learning how to outperform indexed mutual funds, this book is one of a handful that can help you. The methods and investors outlined in this book have successfully ... full review

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"Essentail reading" - by Maanan G.
Great book laying down the fundamentals of value investing in a simple and easy-to-digest format. Would definitely recommend to other newbies in the value investing space.

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"Excellent Book" - by James
I have read many "classics" books on value investing - Ben Graham, Seth Klarman etc. This book brings everything up to date. Useful tools, and easy to navigate. Sven is doing a great job educating the world on the value of value investing via his you tube channel and now this book. Excellent.

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"How the experts invest" - by Sigala
This is an excellent guide to how some of the most successful investors have achieved their results. It is a very well researched, insightful and very readable book that educates you in the strategies and diligence which produces good results in the stock market.

The book makes abundantly clear the difference between investing and hopeful speculation.

Buy this book if you are serious about investing.

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"A great and approachable book on net net investing" - by Gautam Sahgal
A very good book on deep value investing, in particular using the net-net method to identify cheap issues. For the theory behind this I would continue to suggest reading Security Analysis and The Intelligent Investor. But what the author does is no less important - he takes the framework and allows us to peer over his shoulder in a series of real (and recent) purchases. You find that the purchases were all long on common sense, and this allows the reader to build his own confidence in the suggested approach to value investing. He guides us through his thinking, what was important and what wasn't as well as in a couple of cases what went wrong. He shows us how value turns into its own catalyst (many of the issues he acquires were subsequently bought out). While Graham's books are fantastic (of course) and are absolute must reads, they can ... full review

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"A bit cheeky Mr Montier...but I still enjoyed it" - by Welvis (London, UK)
Whilst it's always interesting to read Montier's views on investing - especially the details of the cognitive traps we regularly fall into (which are the reason that markets are not and never will be fully efficient) - this book is actually a collection of the regular papers he wrote whilst an analyst at two different investment banks in London (DKW & soc-gen).

Even though they are grouped into themes, the different chapters are mostly stand alone thought pieces that give Montier an outlet for his frustrations with the majority of investors. It's a bit cheeky of him to sell a collection of past papers (however interesting and well put together) as a 'how to' book on value investing. It's more of a "world according to James". Still, I've enjoyed what I've read already & it's always good to read a contrarian view on the market from an insider. Most insiders are ... full review

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"good" - by MR S S DADWAL
I have to admit it is very boring but it leaves you with priceless knowledge. this is a definite read if you are considering being a successful investor.

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"This is a great book for a value investor who is looking to ..." - by alinefromabook
This is a great book for a value investor who is looking to refine their strategy. Mr. Hunt has done a great job of taking the investing process and breaking it down into easy to read explanations. This book does assume that the reader is acquainted with basic investing terminology and how the stock market works. The book begins by explaining what value investing is and the mindset of value investors. He then goes on to talk about how to analyze a stock as a potential investment and concludes with how to implement a value investing strategy with your own portfolio. I found this book to be easy-to-read and full of good information for improving your investment skills. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who is interested in investing.

Alinefromabook’s recommendation: THUMBS-UP!

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"I liked this book very much" - by LUIS ARMAS
The writing is interesting, concise, well organized and clear. The book provides a background of traditional value investing methods and then introduced a model which builds upon and advances the body of value investing knowledge.The author's recommendations and advice are very effective and helpful.I liked this book very much. The author really did an amazing job in explaining and demonstrating the different methodologies in investing.

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"interesting" - by Karen Price
Precise and to the point. Gives food for thought on where you are now and where you want to be in the future.

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"... need to know anything about accounting in a simple easy to ready way" - by B-boi
If you ever need to know anything about accounting in a simple easy to ready way, this is the book to go for.

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"Quite interesting" - by Stan
I was intrigued by this book and by its shortness. It is short and to the point and delivers a very compelling and simple approach to picking stocks using a simple formula. It is aimed at an American audience and some of its advice does not relate to non US taxpayers. Aside from that I thought it was a good read and presents a formula that has many merits.

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"This is a great gentle read through the thoughts of Mr Buffet as ..." - by Adrian C.
This is a great gentle read through the thoughts of Mr Buffet as given to Berkshire's shareholders. There is a lot of insight into how to judge the performance of Companies, and how to act as an investor rather than an executive. I found it both entertaining and thought provoking.

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"A Book Full of Wise and Practical Advice" - by A_Reader
In the crowded world of books on value investing comes this helpful compendium of wisdom compiled by editors John Heins and Whitney Tilson. The content derives from interviews conducted in recent years and published in the regular investment newsletter, Value Investor Insight, also edited by the Heins and Tilson.

At around 300 pages, this book comprises hundreds of interesting, thoughtful, and insightful comments from experienced fund managers and investment professionals. Some quotations are short and pithy, while others are several paragraphs long. They cover such diverse matters as researching individual companies, monitoring personal psychological biases, and guarding against risk. The editors have helpfully divided the quotations into four distinct sections, each further subdivided into chapters concentrating on a particular area. Highlights for me include Chapter 3 "Deficient Market Hypothesis"; Chapter 6 "Cutting Through the Noise"; Chapter 11 "Making the Sale", and chapter 12 "Of Sound Mind". Interspersed throughout are the editors' ... full review